Tanzi's Heat

Rated 5.00/5 based on 4 reviews
Vince Tanzi gets a call from a woman who has just been shot at. He's at a low ebb in his life, but he takes the case. He thinks it's her husband, but exactly who her husband is,
he's not sure--and she isn't, either.
Vince's dry humor and keen observations propel this mystery-romance across central Florida, through Buddhist temples, abandoned factories and hurricanes. Suspense, with wit and edge. More

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Words: 73,640
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476109268
About C.I. Dennis

C.I. Dennis lives in Vermont with his family and a whole lot of dogs.

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Review by: Susan Larsen on July 16, 2013 :
Great read indeed!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: B Bigelow on Sep. 16, 2012 :
Great read! Propulsive pacing pulls you through the story, dialogue is exceptionally good, plot is twisty and surprising and our intrepid protagonist, Vince Tansy, a bit weary but tenacious and principled, reverberates in your consciousness long after you've finished the book. Can't wait for the sequel.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Andrew Kerth on Sep. 07, 2012 :
Tanzi’s Heat, the exhilarating first novel from author C.I. Dennis, takes readers on a non-stop thrill ride through Central Florida during a summer that starts out hot and only gets hotter as its protagonist gets mixed up in a case where nothing is quite what it seems. As Vince Tanzi attempts to make sense out of the unsolved murder of his wife, he gets hired by an alluring and mysterious woman to figure out who is shooting at her. The two cases end up getting intertwined in an increasingly complex web of deceit that leaves the reader engaged in conjecture. The colorful characters and descriptions of modern-day Florida are just as gripping as the carefully crafted plot, so if you don’t have any plans for the day, prepare to spend it completely roped in to this exciting novel. Dennis has done a fantastic job creating a down-on-his-luck detective that readers will come to love in spite (or because) of his seedier traits and never-ending witty remarks. The book has the dark but inviting vibe of classic film noir. The end of the novel will leave you ready for more, and this just may be the first in a long series of thrilling mysteries narrated by this intriguing character.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Meleta Kardos on Sep. 03, 2012 :
loved reading Tanzi's Heat. Well written,easy read that keeps you guessing and smiling.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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